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CURRY 
COLLEGE 

1982 



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ACTIVITIES 



He's Little Bobby, that's Tucker Hannon, and I'm Mitchell Roman. You've been a great audience and we Love You! 




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IT'S TIME 

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PIGGING OUT 






Thanks should go to Bill Baldwin for helping Curry see a little diversity and 
excitement as he and the 156 boys pulled off the best event of the year. It was 
a special night to remember. The casualities were two 40 pound oinkers, and 
three "professional" hula dancers. And special thanks goes to the back 
bathroom ledge for supporting all eleven house members, as they danced to 
the crowd's content. 





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The Main House Happy Hour 
proved to be a huge success. Peo- 
ple danced their buns off. 
Thank you for giving 156 House 
a break from their regular happy 
hours. It was a rest well de- 
served. 



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Curry goes to the slopes once again. 





Ski Patrol buzzed to the rescue. 





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INTERNATIONAL NIGHT 



The International Students and a host of others had a night of merriment and shared several different cultures and 
ways with each other through song and dance. The whole school was invited to participate in a learning 
experience concerned with other nations which are a part of Curry. 





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left- Harry S. 
Truman Award 
Paul Bernier 



right- Brad accepts 
Administrative 
Achievement 
Award for Dana 
Denault. 




right- Bonnie 
Sparks- Special 
Administrative 
Award. 




Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society- Below Nancy Bartlett, Clifford 
Bickford, Mary K. Bowman, Faith Boyd, Corinne Donley, Pamela 
Drew, Mary Dyman, Lisa Fauth, Robert Hemphill, Sam Landy, Nancy 
Marchetti, Beth Ann Wheeler, Paula Wilde, Judy McCarthy. 




below- other awards- 
Broadcasting - Paul Carroll and Mark Biase 
Communication- Judith McCarthy 
Education- Nancy Marchetti 
Fine Arts - Bob Boyle 
Management (junior) Bob Hemphill 
Management - Kathleen Senior 
Wall Street Journal- Bob Hemphill 
Nursing- Jennifer Johnson 
Psychology- Sally McLeish 
Science- Nancy Bartlett 
Barbara Pettingill- Butch Aggen 

Outstanding Resident Assis.- Peter Capabio, Bruce Weckworth 
Outstanding Quad Council- Pasquale Tramonte 
Outstanding Resident Student- Mark "Fitz" Fitzgerald 
Outstanding Commuter- Pat Tonsberg 
Outstanding Club/Organization- "Alcohol Board" 
Outstanding Contribution to Campus Activities- Rich Shallies, 

Mitch Roman 
Yearbook Dedication- Robert C. Smith 
Alumni Scholarships- Kelley Smith, John Boyle 
Jennifer A. Philips Memorial- Jody LaRosa 
Executive Board Achievements Award- Peter Capalbo and 

Rhonda Peete 




left- Judith 
McCarthy- English 
Award 




below- Faculty Achievement Award- Jerry 
Touger. 



left- Kip Busch 
gives Kathy 
Manning 
special thanks. 





Who's Who Among Students- Mimi Ar- 
cand, Lisa Argento, Lois Barnes, Anne 
Bartley, Karen Blair, Judi Boehm, Sally 
Brophy, Robin Cowgill, Daniel Gleason, 
Allen Harrison, Bruce Weckworth, Beth 
Wheeler, Judy Woods. 




Male Athlete of Year- Phil Nickerson 




Sally Brophy-Female Athlete of the 
Year. 



Nick Kroch accepts Person of the Year Award for 
absent Paul Bradley. 







The Theatre Production Class showed people at 
Curry that the world of theatre is alive and well as 
they sparkled in the spring productions of "Black 
Comedy" and "The Dumb Waiter". Above- The 
talents of Craig Barry and Cheryl Deutsch,with the 
acting abilities of Todd Cosgrove and Jeff MacNutt, 
made the "Dumb Waiter" come alive. 

"Black Comedy" was the highlight of the evening 
as eleven hard working students caught the audi- 
ence in their grasp and supplied all with gut split- 
ling laughter. The cast was comprised of such tal- 
ents as Robert Massotti, Paul McDonnell, Linda 
Morrison, Cynthia Ventre, Patty Savage, Richard 
Slaff, Francis Kwiatkowski, and Thomas Elliott. 
The credit for backstage work and assembling of 
these future stars goes to Bill Robertson, Cindy Hi- 
lyard, and for the directing to Michael Barrera. 





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The madness of this 
man struck the cafeteria 
by storm one day, and 
the question was asked, 
"Who the Hell was 
that?," It was the crazed 
Tim Settimi, who is a 
comedian, mime, and 
instructor all rapped up 
into one. He held a 
workshop and put on a 
show for the Student 
Activities Office. For 
those of you who saw 
him, you may never ex- 
perience anyone of his 
caliber again. 







Trent Arterberry's third year at Curry proved successful once again as 
the audience responded to the diverse skits and actions of Mr. Arter- 
berry. Thanks for three years of dedication to bringing this campus the 
world of mime. 






Ray Boston- Musical Comedian- Being the Literary Editor I should 
write something else, but I didn't sec him. But I heard he was good. 




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For future sewer dwellers. 












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I thought I'd get the acid if you'd buy the coke. 
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Anne Hartley, Philip Bush, Pres.; Walter Bailey, Peter Capalbo, Vicc-Pres.; -Glenn Chesley, Advisor: Maura DelGaudio, Cheryl 
Deutsch, Colleen Foley, Stephen Grandau, Mike Hogan, Paul McDaonald, Stacy Parker, Greg Peck, Rhonda Pectc, Treas.: Tony 
Peters, Brad Pittman, Sec; Randy Samost, Mike Stahl, Lisa Strauss, Lynns Sullivan, Patty Valdes. 



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The Black Student Union 



The Frat. 





EVAN'S ANGELS. 




NO BALDWIN, YOU CAN'T HAVE ANY MONEY, FOOD, OR A RIDE! 




FISHERMEN'S WIVES UNITE! 





HEAD FIRST INTO THE TRASHCAN! 





STARGAZER. 




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Yes Jeanne that person already paid. 



Compliments of ALINE FOTTLER 
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Best wishes- ANITE AND ARTHUR SPEIER 





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FRONT ROW: L to R: Mike Reilly, Todd Lieto, Mike Blau, Jack O'Connor, Chip Marchi, Pasquale Tramonte, 
Evan Kass, Kicran Clarke, Scott Lubow. 2nd Row L to R: Coach Butch Aggen, Dave Marr, Mike Higgins, Jay 
Karamourtopoulos, Todd Cosgrove, Bob Diodati, Capt. Dave Moore, Co-Capt. Phil Nickerson, Francis Kwiat- 
kovvski, Steve Alberti, Mark Dillion, Tom Elliot, Jeff Larson, Tom Fuller, Head Coach Tom Stephens. Top Row: 
L to R: Coach Bobby Clarke, Coach John Scollins, Art Schwabe, Bill Hussey, Rick Walter, Ken Robinson, Paul 
Barone, Sumner Mead, Jim Sousa, Dave Rackley, Tony Demarco, Dave Oliver, John Conley, Scott Rosner, Pat 
Bigg, Dave Fabrizio, John Blackwell, Harold Estabrook, Doug Carilli, Scott Miller, Coach Bob La Raia, Head 
Trainer, Brookes Johnson 



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Boston State 


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Mass. Maritime 'Sfc.J 


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Framingham State 


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Maine Maritime 


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W. New England 





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Bridgewater State 


20 


28 


Western Conn. 


12 


18 


Nichols 


23 


6 


Plymouth State 

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The Curry Colonels provided much enthusi- 
asm throughout the College community this 
season. 

Although they finished at 3-6 the spirit that 
was shown by each player, was evident by 
their play on the grid iron. Under the direct 
leadership of Phil Nickerson and Dave Moore 
the team worked all for one and one for all. 
Through out the past season we all have 
learned more about ourselves, our peers, and 
our pride for Curry College. 





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SLAP HIM IN THE HEAD ED! 



SOCCER TEAM 




Front Row: L to R: Rich Tritt, Kip Bush, Bruce Weckworth, Mike Stafford, Mark SulHvan, Bill Burry, Kris Lopes. 2nd Row: Z, to 7? Ed 
Shore, Paul Radley, Mark Klein, Dave Gillerlain, Scott Buchanan 3rd Row: L to R: Jeff Caplan, Greg Bailey, Mark Fitzgerald, Stephen 
Wells, Dave Aykanian, Brad Pittman, Marty Mullin. 4th Row: L to R: Larry Conlon, Art Goelman, Dan Coehan, Steve Bryant, Todd 
McKenzie, Bill Mooney. Top Row: L to R: Asst. Coach Tony Martone, Tom Pope, Ken Wagner, Ed Evans, Head Coach Jim Kaufman. 
Missing: Dave Abady, Robert L. Boyle, Gary Glaser, Halteman McFarlane, Lyle Millett. 

The 1981 mens soccer team finished their season with a very respectable 8-6 record. The team showed 
considerable improvement over the previous years record of 4-9-1. Dedicated coaching was provided by head 
coach Jim Kaufman and new assistant Tony Martone. Some fine leadership was displayed on the field by the 
tri-captain, senior halfback Bruce Weckworth, senior goalie Mike Stafford, and Junior fullback Mark 
Sullivan. 



The squad began with a strong start as they posted an early 7-2 record, with impressive victories over Boston 
State, Framingham State, and Mass. Maritime. The remaining five games featured some powerful opponents 
including UMASS-Boston and Gordon College. The Colonel hooters managed to win only one of those five 
games. 

The success of the team can be attributed to the experience of a few upperclassmen and to a solid core of 
freshman. These freshmen provided the needed scoring addition to the team. The outlook for next years team 
appears to be excellent. 

In closing, a special thanks to all who devoted their time to the team. The hard work has paid off. Good luck 
to the 1982 team. 





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RESULTS 
Mass. Pharmacy 
Anna Maria 
Hellenic 

U. New England 
Boston State 
Salve Regina 
Framingham State 
Eastern Nazarene 
Mass. Maritime 
UMass-Boston 
Worcester State 
Emerson 

Bridgewater State 
Gordon 

final record 8-6 

















FRONT ROW: L TO R: Karen Goldman, Dawn Perry, Sally Brophy, Pat George, Carol McCarthy, Benji Kceler, Jeanne Cudney, 
Debbie Johnston, Margaret McClung. TOP ROW: L to R: Asst. Coaches: Paul Cimmonetti, Andre Pare, Lisa Nolan, Sue 
McLoghlin, Diane Johnson, Loel Westermann, Heather Holm, Joann Moody, Rene York, Jean Robertson, Sandy Haiman, Judy 
Pressman, Head Coach Rick Coplan, Jr. 








9-18 

9-21 

9-26 

9-30 

10- 2 

10- 5 

10- 7 

10- 9 
10-15 
10-17 
10-20 
10-22 
10-30 

11- 5 



@ Stonehill 


3-4 


Babson 


1-2 


Colby 


1-3 


@ Wellesley 


2-4 


@ Harvard 


3-1 


Stonehill 


1-2 


@ Bryant 


4-2 


Boston Univ. 


1-6 


@ Brandeis 


3-1 


@ Bates 


2-0 


@ Framingham St. 


5-3 


Brown 


2-0 


@ Rhode Isl. Coll. 


3-2 


Bridgewater St. 


3-2 



The 1981 Women's Varsity Soccer Team had a phenomenal turn around season. 
They lost fifty percent of last year's record breaking team to graduation, and the 
beginning of the season showed the unfamiliarity of the players. They lost the 
first four games, a turnaround coming vs. Harvard in a downpour. The potential 
of this reborn soccer team finally came through, as they stormed over the Crimson 
3-1. After beating Bates up in Maine 2-0, they didn't lose another game, and their 
final record was 8-6. The top scorer and M.V.P. was Dawn Perry. The team would 
have never continued their victorious ways without this year's new members. 





Standing- Susan Hayes, Linda Johnson, Sherri Slack, Mimi Arcand, Coach Carol Ofria. Knechng- Jan Haendel, Lisa 
Argcnto, Joan Tyskowski 




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Roger Williams 


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Bridgewater State 


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Curry 


66 


Anna Maria 


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Curry 


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Curry 


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SE Mass 


91 


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Curry 


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Anna Maria 


65 


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Curry 


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Coast Guard 


42 


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When I think about the 81-82 Curry Basketball team, the first thing that comes to my mind is 
togetherness; Not only did we have a good relationship on the basketball court, but most important 
we had an outstanding relationship off the court as well, and that is the main factor of winning 
games in any sport. The basketball program is on the move, and I am truly happy to have been a part 
of it. Good luck next year. 



Jimmy "Ice" Fortes. 





Bottom, L-R, Rod Lampron, Tom Hannon, Barry Parker, 
Coach Stewart, Mark Mollica, Assis. Webb, Jack White, 
Sandy King, Al Hutchinson, Back L-R, Pete Camerlengo, 
Mike Bufano, Chris O'Hara, Rob McHugh, Mike Cutone, 
Tom Fandel, Joe McColIough, Ed Evans, Hugh Ferguson^ Bob 
Faia, Jim Neederbergerm, Jim Bradley, Marty Mullin, Russ 
Katz. 




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LACROSS 





DEDICATION 

Robert Smith 
"Smitty" 






Every person born into this world represents something new, something that never 
existed before, something original and unique. Smitty was a special person, he was born 
with a heart of love and malice towards none. A friend is someone who stands up for us 
even when everyone else disagrees with us. A friend is someone we can talk to any 
time, about anything at all. A friend is someone who is fun to be with, even if there's 
nothing to do. A friend is someone who cares about us, Smitty was a friend. 

Death can not kill what never dies. This is the comfort of friends. Though they may 
die, their friendship, the love they gave, is forever present. 

He had the talent for making your bad day end with a laugh. Thanks for being a 
Budweiser Buddy. 

The class of 1982 wishes the Smith family the best of respects and to show our 
appreciation for having the privilege of meeting "Smitty", Robert Smith. A person 
with the gift of giving a bit of himself in friendship to all. 



Thanks Smitty. 



Special Thanks to Smitty's friends for their 
words of love and concern. 



WE LOVE YOU SMITTY 




Locomotion Vaudeville Grabbed Curry By Surprise. 




Bonesy shows his best side. 




Dio, class is the other way. 




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Todd's at a loss for words? 



Monique and Cindy plotting again. 





Dangers of R.A. Training — reaching new all time highs. 







"Compliments of ALTA MCDONALD." 



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The Turkey Trot Survivors and Visitors. 




It was a rainy afternoon but that didn't stop the 
curious. 





Dr. Hill I'm sorry but the Geritol only went to the 
winners. 





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Butch swings at the wind for a third strike. 








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If anyone knows who the man on the left of Joe 
Finn is would you please leave a note in the 
Alumni Relations Office. 





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Margaret: We would like to thank you and your feet for 
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pictures of you for this page, but the camera was 
always in your hands. And that's the way it should be 
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Sumner, Tom, Al, and myself. Bill Robertson. You de- 
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Mrs. Wallace taking a de- 
served break. 





The two who should be rewarded for their 
acts of heroism at Curry. 




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Where you're going, Butch, it's going to 
be a lot colder than this. 





Our fearless female leader. Thanks 
again. 






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Management 

"Stand up and be counted for" 



Mimi Arcand "Moo Moo' 



Psychology 




Stephen Alger i "Man" English 




Lisa Argento 



Management 




Andrea Balli 



Fine Arts 



Rosemary Balney 




Nancy Bartlett 



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Anne Bartley Sociology 

"Some people call it laziness, I call it deep 
thought." 



Danielle Berthiaume Nursing 





Robert Boyle 



Psychology 



Mark Biase Communication 

"Good friends are not forgotten, they just 
remain good memories." 





Valerie Bragg 



Nursing 




Kevin Brown Early Education 

"Just wrap your legs round these veil/ r rims 
and strap your hands across my engines." 
B.S. 



Gerry Briggs Communications 





Peter R. Capalbo ''Hammer" 

Political Science 
"Those who are happy and will taste success 
are those who dream dreams and are ready to 
pay the price to make them come true." 
Vince Lombardi 



Sally Brophy "Broph" English 

"I feel a pull on the rope. Let me off at the 
rainbow." Genesis — Ya-Hoo! 




Louise Catanzano 




Dean Christanson 




Chris Colavita ''Rocky' 



Management 



Theresa Coletta Education 

"Childhood is the most beautiful of all Life's 




John Conley "Conman' 



Management 




Todd Cosgrove 




Robin Cowgill 



Psychology 



Jeanne Cudney Education 

"A friend is one who encourages you to blow 
off class or take a day off from work ..." 




Kim Delaney 



Education 




Lori Daniels Communications 





Maura DelGaudio Psychology 



Amy Davidson Education 

"Life is like a roller coaster, it has its ups and 
downs. " 



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Michael DePalma Communications 




Leslie Dickson 



Nursing 




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Robert Diodati "Dio" Psychology 




Diane Ditman "Didi" Communica- 
tions 

"Compliments really fly around this place." 




Russell Doldt 



Psychology 



Debbie Duvall Psychology 

"Time passes much too quickly when we are 
together laughing." 




Charles Dooley Management 

"If my friends could see me now." 




Jody Farrington Psychology 




Mark Fitzgerald "Fitz" Management 
and Com m unica t ioi i s 
"Live lilce you will die tomorrow, but sa 
though you will live forever." 




Jeffrey Finnerty 
"See ya around Dollie.' 



Patricia George ''Swoop" 
"I've met some good friends and what good 
friends they are. Life brothers and sisters 
they make my life richer by far." 





Dan Gleason 



Comm unica tions 



Lourie Golden 





Dan Goldstein Political and Hist. 

Studies 



Matthew A. Grannis Communica- 
tions 
"Absence makes the heart grow fonder." 
To the only one I love — Matto in the Morn- 
ings. 





Alan Grossman 



Business 




Allan Harrison "Al" Communica- 
tions 
"Everyone should examine themselves or 
take a look and see, if the life they are living 
is what they want it to he." 




Charles Hopkins Management 



Neil Herbst 




Brenda Hoult 



Management 




Karen Hurley Sociology 

"Education consists in being afraid at the 
right time." Angela Patri 





Lynn Imbaro 



Nursing 



Monique Johnson "Mo" Psychology 
"Never sleep with anyone crazier than your- 
self." 



Janet Lee Johnson Chemistry 

"Colleges, in like manner, have their indis- 
pensable office — to teach elements." Emer- 




Meg Kaplowitz 





James Kass 'Spike" Pol and Hist 

Studies 
"It is not that every child should be taught, 
but that every child should be given the wish 
to learn." John Liback 



Francis Kwiatkowski "Franco" Elem. 

Education 



Lori Kellogg 





Sally Maloney McCleish 



Judith Jamison McCarthy Eng and 
Communications 




John Manning "Jack" Psychology 
"We'll be back soon, Jack." 




Mark Mollica "Bonesy" 



Manage- 
ment 



David Moore "Cat" 





Samuel Morrone "Sam" Communi- 
cations 
"It's got to get better in a little while." 



Walter Napierata "Gator" Commu- 
nications 
"As I sail into the horizon, I'll never forget 
the people I've sailed with." 





Annie Nason 



Management 




Mary Ann Palmerini Education 

"If you cry because of losing the sun, your 
eyes will not allow you to see the stars." 



Dick Paduchowsky 

"This is the end of one chapter in my life. 

Now to begin a new one." 



Steven Pasternak 





May Pearmain 




Cathie Pendergast Communicatiofi . 



Rhonda Peete "Rhondu" Manage- 
ment 
"If someone ever told you you were crazy, 
they were right." 



Michael Raffaeo 





Margaret Raffaele 



Christina Randall 




Kathy Reynolds 



Education 





Patricia Reagan 



Education 




Dominic Rizzitano "Rizzi" Manage- 
ment 
"There is almost nothing that a strong will 
cannot conquer." 




William L. Robertson, Jr. Bill" 

Psychology 
"Freshman year started us out. Senior year 
tunes us on." 



Ann Marie Roach 



Nursing 





Jean Ross 



Mitchell Roman "Mitch" Psycholo- 
gy 
"Moy Run, Take thie Baby out for a Speiler. 
Keep tine Baby, Baby, Man your Screwed." 




Carol Jane Rossi Nursing 




Jaclyn Russem Sociology 




Mark Rotondo Management 



Laurie Sanford 




Steven Sawelle "Murph" Manage- 
ment 




Tricia Sciore Management 

"As I look back ... if was fun." 




Mark Schneiderham Management 



Kathleen Senior 





Dawn Snyder 



Thomas Silverman English 




Kathy Sprague 



Nursing 





Michael Stafford "Radar" Manage- 
ment 



Abby Stein Education 

"Someone asked me recently, "Who are 
you?". I replied, 7 am me, always was, al- 
ways will be."' 





Lisa Strauss Communications 

"Curry, you've been an inspiration to me in 
my four years of finding and growing. " 




Caryl Taylor 



Maria Timpson Psychology 

"To exist is to change, to change is to mature, 
to mature is to go onecreating oneself end- 
lessly." Henri Bergson 




Patty Valdes Psychology and Politi- 
cal and Historical Science 

"Everybody should believe in some thing - I 
believe I'll have another drink". 



Scott Timulty Communications 



Robert VanRiper 





Mark Venuti Management 

"After four years of college there has to 
wealth, fame, success out there - some- 
where". 




Mike Wallace "Moose" Psychology 
"A smile is a curve that sets tilings straighit." 



Deborah Walsh Education 

"Shut the doors behind you. The only doors 
that matter now are those we open today. I'm 
ready!" 




Angela Walsh 




Bruce Weckworth "Cornman" Com- 
munications 



David Whipple Communications 

"Education is a life long experience" 




Tanya Willow 



Nursing 





John White "Whitey" Communica- 
tions 




Judy Woods Communications 




Kathleen Senior 



Cynthia Ventre 



Tripp "Frank" Hussey 




Beth Beighlie 



Conrad R. Kubiak 



Elizabeth Anne 
Cunningham 



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going to be a 
great yearbook. 



The Capuchian Fathers pulUng their own port-o-john to the 
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Class Of '82 



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Lawrence 



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Congratulations And Best Wishes 
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At the beginning of April, Curry did not have a yearbook. Margaret 
McClung, Bill "salty" Robertson, Nancy Bartlett and Eddie Shore 
decided to take over and try and do a yearbook. A lot of quick thinking 
and hard work, and some help from Joe Diangelo, Al Harrison, Tom 
G., Lori Pederson, Jody Cudy, Jody Farrington, Dawn Taylor, Summer 
Mead, and especially Kathy Manning and Lois Wallace, did the trick. 



I thank you all very much!!! 



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Telephone 586-1953 



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Brockton, Mass. 02402 




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